Question about 1999 Saturn SL
Look at the bottom side of the shifter knob - if it has a collar on it, loosen the collar off to gain access to the allen screw holding the knob to the arm.If there's not a collar, look carefully all round the bottom section of the knob for the allen screw hole or a small plug that would cover the allen screw.
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